Pharmacies beat out supermarkets on open-seller price: Choice

pharmacies better value: $20 note, pills, stethoscope
Pharmacies offer overall better prices on open-selling medicines, according to a new report from Choice – as well as better customer service. Choice compared the prices of common medicines available in supermarkets, including painkillers, sinus medication, cough, cold and flu medicines, hayfever treatments, indigestion remedies, anti-diarrhoeals and low-dose aspirin to the drugs’ prices in pharmacies.

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